Cytiva™ technologies have enabled breakthroughs in science and medicine that have shaped today's biotechnology industry. With a broad portfolio that includes Whatman® filters and membranes, Amersham™ chromatography columns and resins, tissue culture reagents, and products for sample preparation, blotting, and protein analysis, Cytiva™ advances the discovery and manufacture of therapeutics.
Whatman® products are used for laboratory processes from basic sample filtration to high-throughput automated applications to demanding HPLC sample prep.
Cytiva™ offers a variety of columns and resins for lab scale to process scale antibody and protein purification including solutions for affinity, ion exchange, and size exclusion chromatography.
Cytiva™ offers a comprehensive toolbox for analyzing proteins by electrophoresis, blotting, and imaging.
Visualize, analyze, and realize your research goals with tools for high content analysis, high resolution microscopy, and super resolution imaging.
High-quality media and reagents are key to consistent production. Cytiva™ products including density gradient media, cell culture media, and reagents yield robust and reproducible batches. This reliability minimizes the need for costly process changes or revalidations.
Tech Article: Performance of Whatman® 40 and 41 Quantitative Ashless Filter Paper Grades in Mining Quality Control Applications
Tech Article: RNA isolation from blood, cultured cells, and animal or plant tissue on Whatman® FTA™ cards
Protocol: Reliable extraction of DNA from Whatman® FTA™ cards
Tech Article: Troubleshooting 2-D DIGE Results
Protocol: Processing Small Tissue or Cell Samples using Sample Grinding Kit
Protocol: Protease Inhibition using Protease Inhibitor Mix
Protocol: Two-Dimensional Separation of Protein Samples
Protocol: Troubleshooting first-dimension IEF: Ettan™ IPGphor™ 3 Isoelectric Focusing System
Protocol: Desalting Samples Using Mini Dialysis Kit
Protocol: Cleaning Up Samples using 2-D Clean-Up Kit
Protocol: Protein Determination using 2-D Quant Kit
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